Elena Denisova-Schmidt

Elena Denisova-Schmidt

Elena Denisova-Schmidt

Dr.
Lehrbeauftragte für Kultur und Gesellschaft Russlands
SHSS-HSG
Gatterstrasse 3
9010 St. Gallen
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Forschungsgebiete
  • Korruption und informelle Praktiken
  • Higher Education
  • Cross-Cultural Management
Berufserfahrung

Elena Denisova-Schmidt ist Research Associate an der Universität St. Gallen (Schweiz) und Research Fellow am Boston College Center for International Higher Education (USA). Zuvor hatte sie Stellen an der Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, am Kennan Institute of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, bei der Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, an der UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies, am Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics an der Harvard University und am Aleksanteri Institut an der Universität von Helsinki inne. Vor Beginn ihrer akademischen Laufbahn arbeitete Elena Denisova-Schmidt für das börsennotierte Unternehmen VSMPO-AVISMA in Russland. Ihr aktuelles Forschungsinteresse gilt Korruption und informellen Praktiken. 

Lehraktivitäten Korruption und informelle Praktiken in Russland: Geschichte und Gegenwart (Master)
Russisch A1 (Assessment)
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Auszeichnungen

The paper “Do Anti-Corruption Educational Campaigns Reach Students? Some Evidence from Two Cities in Russia and Ukraine”, written together with Martin Huber (University of Fribourg, Switzerland) and Elvira Leontyeva (Pacific National University , Khabarovsk, Russia), has received the best paper award from the Russian organization “Obchestvo Znanie” for contributions to corruption issues. The study was published in Voprosy Obrazovaniya / Educational Studies Moscow (vol. 1, pp. 61-83, 2016). 
https://vo.hse.ru/en/2016--1/178805268.html  

Justification of Academic Corruption at Russian Universities: A Student Perspective.
Edmond J. Safra Working Papers, No. 30, 2013. Cambridge: Harvard University. 
This paper was named in TOP-13 as one of the most interesting studies on Russia in 2013 by the Higher School of Economics.

Vorträge Åbo Akademi (11/2006), American Association of Teachers of Slavic and Eastern European Languages (AATSEEL) (2006, 2012), Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) (11/2017), Bologna Process Researchers’ Conference (FOHE-BPRC3) (11/2017), Dresden University of Technology (06/2013, 01/2011, 01/2009, 05/2008), George Mason University (01/2008), Greenwich University (02/2015), Harvard University (02/2015, 05/2015), Higher School of Economics (10/2015), Humboldt University of Berlin (04/2006, 06/2006, 01/2005, 11/2004, 05/2004, 10/2003, 06/2003, 11/2002), Kennan Institute, Woodrow Wilson Center (01/2008), Miami University (03/2012), University College London (03/2016, 09/2014), University of Basel (09/2011), University of Bremen (11/2014, 05/2014, 01/2014, 05/2013, 11/2012, 04/2012), University of Fribourg (11/2013, 11/2010), University of Helsinki (09/2015), University of Hildesheim (6/2012), University of Konstanz (12/2010), University of Ottawa (11/2016), University of St.Gallen (08/2014, 11/2010), University of Zurich (02/2010), Pacific National University (05/2014), Vienna University of Economics and Business (06/2014, 06/2009, 05/2007, 06/2005, 06/2003), South Economic Association (11/2016).  
Editorial Board Column: ’Cross-Cultural Communication’ for the AATSEEL Newsletter
(American Association of Teachers of Slavic and Eastern European Languages) 
Weitere Informationen Gutachtertätigkeit für Applied Economics, China Economic Review, Educational Researcher, Europe-Asia Studies, Global Change, Peace and Security, International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, Employee Relations, Eurasian Geography and Economics, Journal of Business Research.  
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